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Song Parodies -> "G.S. I Love You"

Original Song Title:

"P.S. I Love You"

Original Performer:


Parody Song Title:

"G.S. I Love You"

Parody Written by:


The Lyrics

With the government trying to take over car companies, banks, the health care sector, the energy sector, etc., I was wondering how we'd all feel if it decided to take over private enterprises like Make it a government service enterprise, like Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. We'd all get taxpayer-funded government subsidies or stipends BUT, of course the owners would have to be fired and replaced by people with more diverse and bureaucratic backgrounds, 4-day weekends would be the rule, strict regulations would be imposed on what qualifies as appropriate themes, the censor's pen would be ruthless and the worse parody offenders would be sent to parody re-education camps, the end result being, of course, song parodies would most likely take 4-8 weeks before being published on the site and the humor quotient would no doubt dip. That said, here's my interpretation of what it'd be like should that ever happen.

As I write this parody
Send it to B.O.
I’m hoping they'll reply soon
Subsidy’s getting low

My inkwell’s dry, my paper’s dwindling
Used all my reams for kindling
G.S., I loathe you
You, you, you.

We’ll be getting rations soon I know, dear
You’re hungry love I do hear
G.S., I loathe you
You, you, you.

As I send this parody
To the music czar
I wonder if I’ll ever
Reach that distant star.

Measure these few words, my patience’s dwindling
My calloused hands are trembling
G.S., I loathe you.
You, you, you.

As I send this parody
Wait six weeks and more
I wonder how it came to be

I’ll be starting soon again, take heart, love
This time I’ll take the gloves off
GS, I loathe you
You, you, you.
You, you, you.
I loathe you.
See you at camp! ;-)

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Pacing: 5.0
How Funny: 5.0
Overall Rating: 5.0

Total Votes: 8

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Guy - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Metaphorsbwithu - Holy-one-cajole-ie. They may as well have a music czar. Then they could play musical czar's while we wait on those beureaucraps to publish our parodies. Let's hope they don't amiWRITE us off. I like this parody. Of course it does not have GSA approval so I'd tread lightly there Forsby. And I got yer 5's right here.
Timmy1000 - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Well written. Can we get some govt. bailout money?
metaphorsbwithu - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks, Guy. Yes. Don't worry. I'm used to looking over my shoulder. And the scary part is, this isn't too far away from reality ... IMHO. "AmiWRITE us off - very good! Thanks Timmy1000! Bailout money? I'd imagine "some' of us might qualify. Maybe we should have a vote to see how many people would support the nationalization of amiright and the surrender of its operation to a bureaucratic panel! :-D
Old Man Ribber - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Here are three 5s...they're not rationed yet. ;D
Tommy Turtle - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Our worst nightmare! ... and a tip: Since you really need only two syllables in the last word of the opening lines, "As I write this letter", then either elide (look that up in your funk 'n wagnalls) "par'dy", with the apostrophe indicating the eiision, OR, "much* better, use "satire".

"Satire", like "tire" itself, is one of those "fielder's choice" words that can be either two syllables or three as needed. IMHO , "this satire" isn't very euphonic or easy to sing, due to the doubled "S" sounds from end of one to beginning of other, and sort of ends up sounding like "this satyr". So my choice to pace perfectly is: "As I write satires" -- problem solved, paces perfectly, stresses (accents) are identical to OS -- nails it.

Way to tiny a nit to dock a point for such an excellent concept, and FWIW,
a) I'm my own harshest critic, far more stringent than with anyone else, and
b) I take the time only with writers who I think are worth it. I think you're worth it.
DJ Blaze - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Tommy, I have noticed you can be quite the critic! (I meant that in a good way). As a matter of fact, I met you here when you criticized my mortgages parody, which, IMHO, sucked. You're certainly a great writer, and I don't see how you could criticize yourself. And to metaphorsbwithu, this was a great parody, and you get the DJ Blaze Seal Of Approval and 5s.
metaphorsbwithu - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks for the criticism TT. Yes, I was aware of the extra syllable but it was a slippery one and I figured an actual singer would phrase it properly and it wasn't that offensive, even as is. I actually do try not only to get the syllables right but the meter too ... which, as you know, can be quite difficult. I always cringe when I hear songs that have way too many syllables or awkward meter and, for that reason, have always appreciated good tight writing. That said, your comments are much appreciated. :-)
metaphorsbwithu - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks much DJ. Lets hope it remains satire, okay? :-D
metaphorsbwithu - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Thanks! Good one, OMR! I wonder how the "pros' on this site would feel if a "redistibution board" insisted they share some of their 5's with beginners and/orthe more musically- challenged.
Fiddlegirl - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Just gives ya the shivers, don't it? Save me a seat on the bus to camp! ;)
John Barry - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Don't even think such thoughts!
LSUFreek - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
+1000 cocktails to you and George Orwell.
metaphorsbwithu - August 26, 2009 - Report this comment
Fiddlegirl: You'll be driving. I'll be shivering. John Barry: I know ... if you can think it, they will try to do it. ;-) LSUFreek: I loved the "M" billboard parody. I had to look twice. :-D

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